UV prints on aluminium, negative ion generator, Ozone, electricity, timer
The individual images are made by overlaying patterns in a 3D modelling program to the point where the image information begins to break down. Each piece is then charged with negative ions that produce static electricity at specific moments that scramble some electronic devices in the space. The static is choreographed by a custom timer that translates atmospheric noise into a disjointed rhythm.
Exhibited at South Kiosk Gallery, London in 2017.